Frederick Clarence FULJAMES

FULJAMES, Frederick Clarence

Service Number: 5272
Enlisted: 19 October 1915, Brisbane, Qld.
Last Rank: Private
Last Unit: 9th Infantry Battalion
Born: Sun Beam, Qld., 1897
Home Town: Brisbane, Brisbane, Queensland
Schooling: Toowoomba Grammar School
Occupation: Labourer
Died: Died of wounds, France, 27 February 1917
Cemetery: Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension
VI A 40, Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension, Dernancourt, Picardie, France
Memorials: Australian War Memorial Roll of Honour, Toowoomba Grammar School WW1 Honour Board, Toowoomba Grammar School WW1 In Memoriam Honour Board, Toowoomba War Memorial (Mothers' Memorial)
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World War 1 Service

19 Oct 1915: Enlisted AIF WW1, Private, 5272, 15th Infantry Battalion, Brisbane, Qld.
31 Mar 1916: Involvement Private, 5272, 15th Infantry Battalion, --- :embarkation_roll: roll_number: '11' embarkation_place: Sydney embarkation_ship: HMAT Star of Victoria embarkation_ship_number: A16 public_note: ''
31 Mar 1916: Embarked Private, 5272, 15th Infantry Battalion, HMAT Star of Victoria, Sydney
27 Feb 1917: Involvement Private, 5272, 9th Infantry Battalion, --- :awm_ww1_roll_of_honour_import: awm_service_number: 5272 awm_unit: 9th Australian Infantry Battalion awm_rank: Private awm_died_date: 1917-02-27

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Biography contributed by Faithe Jones

Son of Godfrey F. and Ada FULJAMES

Mrs. F.C.H. Pointer, of Glendon, Prospect Street, has received a sheaf of communications of condolence concerning the decease of one of her soldier brothers, Private F.C. Fuljames, No 5272 who, it will be recollected passed away at a military hospital in the Midlands of England (incorrectly reported in article as he died in France) as the result of wounds sustained by him in action in France in February.  Amongst those who sent meassages of sympahty were Hon. L.E. Groom, M.P., (Assistant Minister for Devence), military officers and others in several Australian States, in Paua, and abroad, the military nurses and others in France and Britain.  Mrs. Pointer greatly appreciates these expressions of regard.  Another soldier brother (Private Regianld Emilie Fuljames) was when the mail left in hospital in England, recovering from a wound received in action , but was at the time of writing expecting to be again transferred to France, and to the firing line once more.  Such is the spirit of the real Anzacs.